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A World-First ‘Alice In Wonderland’ Interactive Exhibition Is Coming To Australia

A World-First ‘Alice In Wonderland’ Interactive Exhibition Is Coming To Australia


Lewis Carroll’s 1865 cult classic novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland captivated audiences with its whimsical tales and odd characters. The original text has been reinterpreted countless times on TV, in film, on stage and, now, in an interactive exhibition which will be stopping by Melbourne next year.

Are you ready to fall down the rabbit hole?


From April 5 until October 7, 2018, Melbourne’s Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) will be home to all things Alice in the weird and wonderful world premiere of Wonderland.

The totally original exhibit will showcase and celebrate the timeless stories of Carroll and Alice’s adventures on screen. Alongside a look at her influence on pop culture, Wonderland explores how filmmaking, special effects and video editing technologies have reimagined one of the world’s most beloved characters.

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Visitors to the ACMI will take a trip through the looking glass and into an immersive, enchanted and magical world that will stage an impressive selection of original behind-the-scenes material.

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For more information, or to get your hands on tickets, visit the ACMI website.

How To Get There

  • Fly into Melbourne Airport
  • Take the Melbourne Airport T1 Skybus to Southern Cross Station
  • Take the Werribee City train to Flinders Street Station
  • Walk 120m
  • ACMI, Federation Square, Flinders Street, Melbourne

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